Chapman Freeborn and Swiss WorldCargo’s new deal

CHAPMAN Freeborn Airchartering and Swiss WorldCargo have forged a new strategic partnership.
It means that the global aircraft charter specialist is supporting Swiss WorldCargo with all third-party chartering requirements through its worldwide office network.
Already an acknowledged global leader for care-intensive cargo services, the agreement allows Swiss to expand its specialised product portfolio and offer clients full- or part-charter solutions using the entire range of cargo aircraft worldwide.
Chapman Freeborn will benefit by working closely with one of the market’s leading airlines which has a network of some 120 destinations in over 80 countries.
The agreement follows the March launch of a similar strategic cooperation between Chapman Freeborn and Lufthansa Cargo, the partner airline of Swiss International Air Lines.
Russi Batliwala, chief executive of Chapman Freeborn, notes: “We welcome the opportunity to offer our cargo charter services to their international client base."
Oliver Evans, chief cargo officer of Swiss International Air Lines, notes: “Our two companies can forge a true partnership as we have distinct areas of expertise and experience while sharing a common dedication to and passion for quality, customer service and just getting the job done according to our promises.”
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